A pair of custom notebooks formatted for your Dungeons & Dragons (5th Edition) roleplaying adventures.
Set of two notebooks for the Northern and Southern Hemisphere night sky constellations, with an overview of those constellations on the inside covers.
Every spread has a 5mm dot-grid page on the left (great for to-do lists, tracking expenses, etc) and a blank page on the right (for your doodles and freeform note-taking).
Ten petite, eye-catching dot-grid journals that feature Pantone’s iconic color chip design in ten sumptuous shades.
Field Notes’ winter 2019 quarterly limited edition gets its name from the position of the elements copper, silver, and gold in the Periodic Table.
Field Notes’ fall 2019 quarterly limited edition celebrates the warm colors of fall foliage, with realistic leaves embossed into the covers using sculptural brass dies.
Field Notes’ summer 2019 edition recalls the heritage — and archival promotional materials and publications — of the National Park System.
A thin, light, and flexible notebook, perfect for tucking in your bag to bring with you.
This small pocket notebook focuses attention on the oceans and the mysteries that await down there. 🐙🌊
Field Notes’ spring 2019 quarterly limited edition celebrates the span and history of America’s Interstate Highway System.
With space for 12 dedicated trips — including planning, itineraries, pre-trip checklists, maps and travel logs — this is the ultimate tool for planning, enjoying, and remembering all of your adventures.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to Field Notes’ winter 2018 quarterly limited (and cryptographic) edition.
Field Notes’ Fall 2018 quarterly limited edition invites you to judge it by its inside cover.
Ugmonk’s 10th and final limited-edition anniversary set.
This summer 2018 quarterly limited edition celebrates the space programs from fifty years ago that eventually got us to the Moon.
Field Notes’ spring 2018 quarterly limited edition is a celebration of the left and right edges of the U.S.A.
An interactive notebook — designed in collaboration with Khoi Vinh — filled with odd, unfinished pictures. It’s up to you to finish them.